Equipped by God

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God calls us to be followers of Jesus Christ and, by the power of the Holy Spirit, to grow as communities of grace, joy and peace, so that God's healing and hope flow through us to the world.


Virginia Mennonite Conference equips pastors, lay leaders, and congregants for worship and service, and to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to neighbors near and far.

Upcoming Events

Living Stones: 2024 Summer Delegate Assembly

Early Registration opens May 1. Thursday workshops. Evening Worship Thursday and Friday.

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Mennonite Women of Virginia’s Annual Prayer Breakfast

Annual Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, July 20, at Ridgeway Mennonite Church

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Standing in the Gap: a Bridge to Poverty

It is difficult to discuss money and finances within the congregation, especially when we know people are living in vastly different financial realities.

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Fort Monroe Learning Trip

Join the learning trip to Hampton, Virginia from October 11-13th, visiting Fort Monroe and Calvary Community Church (C3) Hampton.

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Achieving Relational Wholeness

This workshop will provide a supportive space to explore our beliefs about how God sees us and how that influences our self-perceptions and relationships.

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Ministry Partners

Family Life Resource Center

Family Life Resource Center (FLRC) is a nonprofit counseling agency meeting the behavioral health need of individuals, couples and families. Working from a Christian faith perspective, counselors at Family Life…

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Mennowood Retirement Community

Mennowood Retirement Community is a tranquil, friendly place for seniors seeking a caring, enriching lifestyle. It is our mission to enhance the quality of life for each resident through personalized…

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Mennonite World Conference

Mennonite World Conference

Mennonite World Conference (MWC) represents the majority of the global family of Christian churches rooted in the 16th century Radical Reformation in Europe, particularly in the Anabaptist movement.

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